Yasuo Mori-Shiatsu and Chi Soup

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I have recently discovered a gem in Seattle, WA. Yasuo Mori is a lifelong student and practitioner of shiatsu. He began his studies with his mother at the age of six. A practitioner with this type of experience is hard … Continued

Pressed Salad

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Pressed salad is excellent for adding freshness to our meals, reducing sweet cravings and satisfying the need for a crunchy texture.  Spring is also the time when the liver is the most active and fresh, green vegetables are great for the … Continued

Miso Soup Recipe

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Miso soup is very healing and alkalizing when made with a good quality miso. I often buy miso imported from Japan by Natural Import Company, but have been using South River and Miso Master, as well, which are companies in … Continued

Nishime Style Vegetables

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Nishime is one of my favorite ways to prepare vegetables and here is a version for settling into the cooler weather of Fall. It showcases many of the heartier root vegetables and winter squash that are just showing up at farmer’s markets … Continued

Creamy Carrot Soup

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Children love this creamy pureed soup and it is very simple to make. Adding steel cut oats gives it a creamy and rich texture without adding dairy. Creamy pureed sweet vegetable soups are a really nice way to relax your … Continued

Millet with Sweet Vegetable

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Here is a very simple recipe that I make weekly for myself and for most children that I cook for. It is very good for supporting the spleen/pancreas and balancing blood sugar. It also helps to discharge simple sugars. For variety, … Continued

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